On November 1, the smallish but very progressive college town of Boulder, Colorado passed two interrelated, historic ballot measures that aim to discontinue service with Xcel Energy Inc.
Last week, in a move aimed at insuring that residents have the funding to meet energy efficiency initiatives, whether at the residential, commercial or industrial level, the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) voted to
Seattle is the latest in a series of major cities to join the burgeoning building energy efficiency initiative designed to save up to 50 percent of the electricity generated in the U.S.
In Central London, a landmark structure called the Strata Tower (or Strata SE1, aka the Multiplex Living Tower, Castle House, Electric Razor, or “Razor”, as it’s known locally) creates enough weather of its own that architects decided at the inception of the building plan, in 2005, to add wind tu
For a decade, increasingly strict environmental regulations surrounding coal-fired power plants, and the threat of carbon taxes still to come, have signaled the potential end of an energy paradigm that first took root in the United States in the
Texas wind energy capacity is expected to reach the 10,000 megawatt (MW) mark sometime this year.
Currently at 9,410 MW, Texas continues to widen its lead over other states. But are a lack of transmission infrastructure and no clear signs of a federal energy bill putting a halt on Texas wind?